Enjoy a car–cation with Stena Line in Britain this summer and save up to £1,000.
KEEPING children happy throughout the summer holidays is never plain sailing and Northern Ireland’s leading ferry company Stena Line is only too aware of this.
Stena Line is coming to the rescue of parents trying to keep the children entertained by offering a cost–effective car–cation holiday in Britain, saving over £1,000!*
The ferry giant is offering customers a number of different options for those who haven’t managed to escape the unpredictable Northern Ireland weather including a car–cation in Britain from £84** single, an exciting day out at M&D’s theme park from £25** or a family holiday at Haven from only £449**.
A price comparison with a family break in Salou, Spain with a well-known travel operator for seven nights in August was £1778* whereas Stena Line customers can enjoy a family week with Haven in the Lake District for £789*, with massive savings of up to £1,000.
For those looking for a short city break, Stena Line also has it covered with great cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool and Manchester. Alternatively, have all the fun of the fair with a theme park break to Alton Towers or M&Ds. Prices start from £89** per adult and up to two children under 14 stay and travel free when sharing a room with two adults.
Stena Line’s Marketing Manager Ian Baillie is advising customers it isn’t too late to get a holiday booked before the kids go back to school and make the most of this year’s summer savings.
“The summer holidays can be an expensive time for parents having to keep the children entertained for two months, but it isn’t too late to book a car–cation to Britain with Stena Line and make savings of up to £1,000, compared to a week abroad in Spain.
“Whether it’s a week in the Lake District, a day trip to M&D’s theme park or a city break in Edinburgh or Liverpool, Stena Line has a host of options for every family holiday,” said Ian.
“What’s more, the holiday fun starts as soon as you step onboard as the Stena Superfast ferries on the Belfast – Cairnryan route have a Curious George themed play area onboard for kids and X–box Kinect for the older children while the parents can relax and surf the web on the free to use iPads. The Stena Lagan and Mersey on the Belfast – Liverpool route also offer onboard entertainment for kids from soft play areas to Playstation 3’s while parents can make the most of the onboard shop. Cabins are available on both routes to ensure you arrive at your destination relaxed and refreshed,” he added.
For more information click on www.stenaline.co.uk call 08447 70 70 70 or contact your local travel agent.
* Price comparison for 2 adults and 2 children travelling to Salou for 7 nights on 31st July staying in self–catering accommodation against 2 adults and 4 children travelling with Stena Line from Belfast to Cairnryan or Liverpool to the Lake District and staying for 7 nights in a 2 bedroom mobile home. **Single economy online fares subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply.
MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information please contact Kate Ferguson of Duffy Rafferty Communications on
028 9073 0880.